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"Compassionate, attentive care for all patients. I will take a scientific approach to diagnosing and treating your pain, with the goal of improving quality of life and maximizing function."
Dr. Greenberg has an interest in spine and musculoskeletal disorders, and sports medicine for patients that are 16 years and older. He specializes in Interventional Spine Rehabilitation in the management of all spine conditions, including but not limited to - bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, sciatica, pinched nerves / radiculopathy, sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction, facet joint arthrosis, spondylosis, scoliosis, spondylolisthesis, pars fractures, and whiplash injury.
Diagnosis and management of these conditions include: epidural injections, diagnostic select nerve root blocks, facet joint injections, diagnostic medial branch blocks, medial branch radiofrequency ablation / neurotomy / rhizotomy, sacroiliac (SI) joint injections, discography, peripheral joint injections (ultrasound guided) for hip, knee, or shoulder, trigger point injections for myofascial pain, electrodiagnostic (EMG) evaluation, detailed/diagnosis-specific physical and occupational therapy prescriptions.
Dr. Greenberg takes a comprehensive and conservative approach to his patients’ diagnosis and treatment and uses evidence-based medicine to improve his patients’ quality of life. Dr. Greenberg’s patients benefit from his caring and compassionate demeanor. With his positive and energetic personality, he also empowers patients to become active participants in their care for the best possible treatment outcome.
Dr. Greenberg enjoys various outdoor activities with his family. He is an accomplished pianist, singer and songwriter. He has recorded and produced two CDs. He also enjoys playing tennis and has competed in USTA tennis tournaments.
About Interventional Spine, Rehabilitation Physicians
The subspecialty of physicians who evaluate and treat painful spine (and musculoskeletal) disorders without surgery practice Interventional Spine care. The vast majority of patients experiencing neck and low back pain have a specific and diagnosable source of their pain. Fluoroscopic x-ray guided spine injections may be utilized to identify and treat the source of pain, with the goal of increasing patient function and improving quality of life. Trained in all aspects of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, they are nerve, muscle, bone, and exercise experts who take a non-operative approach to the treatment of injuries and conditions that affect patient function.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Spine
Areas of Interest
Back Problems, Joint Injections, Minimally Invasive, Neck Pain, Neck Problems, Orthopedics, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Spinal Injuries and Disorders, Spine and Neck, Spine Rehabilitation, Upper Extremity
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Chief Resident, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) Residency, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehab: ABMS / AOA Certification
Interventional Spine, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI , University of Michigan Health System
Orthopedic Surgery Internship and Residency, UW Hospital and Clinics, Madison, WI